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While traveling out of state recently, I found myself in an urban center where alcohol sales have been privatized. It was an ugly scene: corner stores selling liquor next to seedy bars; steel grates covering smokey windows lit…

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Truth in context: A fresh perspective on immigration

This is a guest post by the Rev. Don Gibson. Don is pastor of Basic United Methodist Church and Rayos de Esperanz congregation in Waynesboro. This article was originally published in the April 2010 issue of the Virginia…

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Adventures in Poverty: The Poor Tax Does Not Discriminate

This is a guest post by Will Sanford. Will is a Housing Research & Policy Analyst at Housing Opportunities Made Equal in Richmond VA. He is currently a PhD candidate in the Wilder School of Government & Public…

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